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Catalog of all electronic and semiconductor component datasheets
Old 19th February 2008
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Catalog of all electronic and semiconductor component datasheets

DSP Innovations has recently launched a FREE data sheet search site. The site, Datasheetpro.com - Search Electronic Components , enables component and design engineers to easily find electronic and semiconductor datasheets necessary for their projects. Please try
out the service and provide your feedback to support -at- datasheetpro [dot] com.
Additionally, the site will allow manufacturers to upload their newest datasheets
and cross references for search. Please see www.datasheetpro.com/services.php for
details.
Old 24th February 2008
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Very handy, thanks.

Tim
Old 24th February 2008
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Thanks a lot!

Some useful links also:

AM forum htp://amfone.net/phpBB2/index.php
Coil calculator: http://users.wpi.edu/~smithw/coilSolver.html
Schematic diagrams (solid state) http://www.eserviceinfo.com/download.ph ... del=LA7975
Tube receivers (BAMA) http://bama.edebris.com/manuals/
Duncan's Amp page (tube data, etc) Duncan's Amp Pages
Some vacuum tube info FAQ
European tubes http://frank.pocnet.net/short/054/1/170.pdf
Military receivers Military Radio Information
Ham radio callsigns World Wide HamCall Callsign Server
Kids and Harry Lythall Welcome to the SM0VPO Forum!
Antique radio forum http://antiqueradios.com/cgi-bin/forums ... tion=intro
subwoofer calculations: Car Audio Help Guide

Pro Audio News: Installed sound applications
Old 17th April 2008
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this one seems better:

DatasheetArchive :: Free Datasheet Search Engine :: Electronic Components

the search on datasheet pro seems odd.
Old 16th June 2009
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Thanks!
Old 5th August 2010
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Sweeeeet

SWEEEEEEEET
Old 27th September 2010
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Wavebourn View Post
I was about to reply the post with this link : http://frank.pocnet.net/

Glad to see you guys already have it, there's LOADS of tube databases on it... great work!
Old 18th April 2011
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Most of you may know or have this but if not you should.

electron Tube Data sheets - RCA - Radiotron Designer's Handbook - 4th Edition - 1952

Some call it the tube bible.
Old 19th April 2011
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mixedupsteve View Post
Most of you may know or have this but if not you should.

electron Tube Data sheets - RCA - Radiotron Designer's Handbook - 4th Edition - 1952

Some call it the tube bible.
THANK YOU!!!

Been LOOKING for that manual, awesome that it is in PDF form WEALTH of engineering information here!!
Old 25th April 2011
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Originally Posted by mixedupsteve View Post
Most of you may know or have this but if not you should.

electron Tube Data sheets - RCA - Radiotron Designer's Handbook - 4th Edition - 1952

Some call it the tube bible.
Thank you!!!!!!heh
Old 17th August 2012
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Vintage Recording book:

Oliver Read's The Recording and Reproduction of Sound

http://www.tubebooks.org/Books/read_recording.pdf
Old 18th October 2012
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Excellent !!!!!!
Old 19th August 2013
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Yes that is very helpful,Trying to find multiple different IC/transistor Subs/replacements.
Old 8th May 2014
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Awesome! Just what I needed!
Old 22nd August 2014
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Odd.....definitely not "all". I looked up SJ9017 and SJ9018...no results, yet I have those two items sitting in front of me.
Replacement/replacement/replacement MJ15024 and 15025 are shown, however, but you cannot compare specs.
Dave
Old 31st October 2016
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Thank you. I needed the data sheet for an old MPS A18 transistor. I recently serviced a Goodrich "MatchBro" (dobro simulator) that uses many A18's. Fortunately I was able to find NOS A18's.
Old 27th October 2017
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For any new products, I buy from digi-key if I can and all products have data sheets--some good search filters for product characteristics. For tubes, the rca receiving tube handbook is a good reference, but any datasheet for a given tube will probably work.
Old 25th March 2020
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mixedupsteve View Post
Most of you may know or have this but if not you should.

electron Tube Data sheets - RCA - Radiotron Designer's Handbook - 4th Edition - 1952

Some call it the tube bible.
There is nothing in the given link...
Old 25th March 2020
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Originally Posted by msbettyhunt View Post
There is nothing in the given link...
That's pretty old. Try this:
http://www.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/~reese/RC10/rc10.pdf
Old 27th March 2020
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Quote:
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Thanks!
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